Post-dural headache associated with thoracic paravertebral blocks

Helen M Lin, Jacques E Chelly
Journal of Clinical Anesthesia 2006, 18 (5): 376-8
The thoracic paravertebral block is effective in providing anesthesia and postoperative analgesia for thoracic and abdominal surgeries. This case report describes a suspected post-dural puncture headache following bilateral thoracic paravertebral blocks for postoperative analgesia after an umbilical hernia repair.

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